Much has changed in the past year as communities across the country continue to face challenges at the intersection of policing, criminal justice, and mental health. Implicit bias in policing being one example. In the Florida Mental Health Institute Annual Report 2021, read interviews with University of South Florida faculty in the Departments of Criminology and Mental Health Law & Policy who have devoted their careers to addressing these areas of research.

Dr. Lorie Fridell, CEO of Fair & Impartial Policing and Professor of Criminology at USF, provides her insights on the science of implicit bias, implicit bias in policing, and implicit-bias-awareness training starting on page 3.

Read the full report here.